University Of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania design professor Harris Steinberg thinks most of the now-shuttered buildings will bring the city little money — if they can be sold at all.
Hackney was Penn’s president from 1981 until 1993, when he left to become chair of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Local doctors are suggesting that a BMI score should not be the only predictor of poor health related to obesity.
New Jersey is stepping up its efforts to find out what is behind the recent rash of dolphin deaths at the shore.
Prof. Michael Katz says market-based education reform focuses on the wrong issues, leaving teachers in a no-win situation.
When it comes to making you healthier (and controlling the cost of your health care), what works better — incentives or penalties?
Chris addresses Attorney General Eric Holder’s response to the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, the possibility that Veterans Stadium may have caused cancer in former Phillies, and Keith Olbermann’s return to ESPN. He also talks to Congressman Pat Meehan and Tom McGrath from the Philly Post.
The University of Pennsylvania has a new head baseball coach and if you are a fan of the program, it’s a very familiar name.
About 25 middle school students are participating in the Canine Handler Academy, organized by Penn’s veterinary school.
The ‘Say Yes to Education’ Philadelphia chapter held its annual celebration Saturday at the University of Pennsylvania.
A new study gives Philadelphia non-profits good grades for fundraising efficiency and accumulating assets but a terrible score for spending on administrative costs and CEO salaries.
What could Wednesday’s rulings mean for same-sex couples in our area?
Vince Voiro is adjusting to a new approach to pitching in his second season as a pro after being selected by the Oakland A’s in the 15th round of the 2012 Draft.
A University of Pennsylvania geneticist is hailing today’s Supreme Court ruling that says naturally occurring human genes cannot be patented.
“When a judge or a congressman or a bureaucrat says ‘I’m going to add you’ or ‘I don’t like the rules,’ this comes at a price,” says nationally known medical ethicist Arthur Caplan.